Event Date: April 19, 2018
Hosted By: Splunk
Location: Washington, DC
Join us for the Splunk workshop, Reactive to Proactive: End of IT War Rooms, in Washington D.C. on April 19th. During this half day, hands-on workshop, you'll learn how you can search all of your machine data sources to easily monitor and troubleshoot your environment, resolve application problems faster, and reduce downtime.
During this workshop, Splunk will walk you through how to:
Quickly isolate and find problems in your infrastructure to eliminate downtime
Perform rapid ad hoc searches to conduct routine investigations across your entire IT infrastructure in one place
Build real-time alerts and dashboards so you can proactively monitor for problems before they impact your end user
Who should attend? Those who are new to Splunk (less than 6 months) and want to learn new tips and tricks!
This event is complimentary, however seating is limited.
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